INSTRUCTOR
Dr. David M Yousem, MBA, MD
Professor of Radiology, Vice Chairman and Associate Dean
Johns Hopkins University
WHAT YOUR COLLEAGUES SAY

"I really enjoy this teaching format over the standard lecture. Looking at cases cold is so much more effective than watching someone show you pictures for hours. I love it."

Dr. Derek Archer
Toronto, Canada

"I really enjoy this teaching format over the standard lecture. Looking at cases cold is so much more effective than watching someone show you pictures for hours. I love it."

Dr. Derek Archer
Toronto, Canada

MRI Mastery Series: External Auditory Canal (EAC)

Content reviewed: July 30, 2020

This course will describe for you several of the lesions that are associated with external auditory pathology both on the congenital basis, as well as on the non-congenital basis, which includes great infections, great potential neoplasms, and other pathologies that are worth understanding.
2.5CME
28 Videos
157Minutes

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After completing this course, you will be better able to:

  •       Apply appropriate search patterns to ensure high quality case assessment 
  •       Identify key anatomical landmarks, variations, and abnormalities on imaging
  •       Accurately interpret advanced imaging cases
  •       Formulate definitive diagnoses and limited differentials
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INSTRUCTOR
Dr. David M Yousem, MBA, MD
Professor of Radiology, Vice Chairman and Associate Dean
Johns Hopkins University
WHAT YOUR COLLEAGUES SAY

"I really enjoy this teaching format over the standard lecture. Looking at cases cold is so much more effective than watching someone show you pictures for hours. I love it."

Dr. Derek Archer
Toronto, Canada

"I really enjoy this teaching format over the standard lecture. Looking at cases cold is so much more effective than watching someone show you pictures for hours. I love it."

Dr. Derek Archer
Toronto, Canada

The external auditory canal can be thought of as a vestibule to the temporal bone. Most people have a lot of fear about the anatomy of the temporal bone. But when broken down into external auditory canal, middle ear, and inner ear, the EAC is probably the easiest area and a great place to start learning about temporal bone pathology. Within the temporal bone, and within the external auditory canal, there are many potential causes of conductive hearing loss. This course will describe for you several of the lesions that are associated with external auditory pathology both on the congenital basis, as well as on the non-congenital basis, which includes great infections, great potential neoplasms, and other pathologies that are worth understanding.

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